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Community Planning and Partnership Working


Hexagon Research and Consulting Director, Robert Stevenson, has had a long involvement in Community Planning. He undertook the first major review of the development of Community Planning in Scotland on behalf of the national Community Planning Task Force. The report, “Getting Under the Skin of Community Planning”, helped inform the development of the Community Planning Task Force’s final report and recommendations to the Scottish Executive.

Robert has subsequently worked with a number of
Community Planning Partnerships
to help them improve the effectiveness of their approach to working in partnership and delivering the Community Planning agenda locally.

Hexagon Research and Consulting has been commissioned to establish and run Citizens' Panels for three Community Planning Partnerships.

For further information about this area of work contact Robert Stevenson on 0131 221 5212 or e:mail robert@hexagonresearch.co.uk

Recent or current projects in this area include:

East Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership
Focus Groups


Scottish Executive/ Community Planning Task Force
Review of Community Planning





West Dunbartonshire Community Planning Partnership
Citizens’ Panel


Clackmannanshire Community Planning Partnership
Citizens’ Panel


Lothian and Borders Community Planning Consortium
Planning Seminar


East Lothian Community Planning Partnership
Community Planning Health Check


Edinburgh City Partnership
Community Planning Audit


Glasgow Alliance
Developing a Process Monitoring Framework


South Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnership
Evaluation of the Partnership


East Renfrewshire Council
Community Planning Partnership Structures Option Appraisal


Fife Community Planning Partnership
Strategic Partnerships ‘Fit for Purpose’ Review




Consultation


Research

Policy Analysis

Options Appraisal

Communications

Monitoring and Evaluation

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